Hallowed Grounds in Carlisle PA

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  • 31 S. Baltimore Ave., Holly Inn. In Blacktop. Mount Holly Springs, PA 17065-1304
    William Luther Beetem, first Carlisle man to give his life in the Civil War.
  • 20 Dickinson Ave. Carlisle, PA 17013-2948
    This is the oldest public building in Carlisle built on the Square in Carlisle between 1769 and 1772. James Wilson, Signer of the Declaration of Independence, belonged to this church as did many...
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  • 100 W. Penn St Carlisle, PA 17013-2326
    Many African American soldiers are buried in the Lincoln Cemetery including Thomas Morris Chester, a Harrisburg native. Chester's gravestone was replaced in 2002 with a gravestone that had his...
  • Dickinson College Campus Carlisle, PA 17013
    717-243-5121
    Old West, initially known as New College, was in the process of being built into what college historians believe was a square, red-brick building when it was destroyed by fire in 1803. The college...
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  • South Hanover and West High Streets Carlisle, PA 17013
    The Square is located in Carlisle's historic district. Buildings on the Square include the First Presbyterian Church where President George Washington worshiped in 1794; Saint John's Episcopal...
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